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BUVAD intends to promote human values for the people of Kayunga towards realizing their full to development for a sustainable living.
Butakoola Village Association for Development (BUVAD), is an indigenous registered non-profit organization implementing a local project of the Rural Communities Safe Water Supply, which is being implemented in Kayunga District of Uganda (East Africa). BUVAD’s registration number is S.5914/8930.
BUVAD was founded in the year 2000 as an initiative of a few concerned local youths who, upon realizing the challenges that their community always faced, undertook numerous sensitizations by the central government and were prompted to set up an association. The basis of this association was to collectively address the community and its needs for a better life. BUVAD turned into an NGO in May, 2011.
The BUVAD offices are located at Bukolooto Trading Centre in Kayunga District.